At Dandelion Pole and Fitness, having fun and feeling empowered are just as important as getting fit. The enthusiastic and nonjudgmental instructors welcome gals of all sizes and fitness abilities to unleash their inhibitions while learning flirty pole-dance routines. Along with helping ladies build self-esteem, the routines forge toned arms and strong core muscles, shaking up tired fitness regimens. And for those who like a more straight-forward approach to fitness, instructors step away from the pole to lead yoga, Pilates, and Abs and Booty—a blend of cardio and strength training.
What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand out from the competition?
ALA brings true industry professionals together with Certified Life Coaches. We aim to bring out the best if your child and offer them skills to last a lifetime.
Do you provide any materials? What should your students expect to bring?
All material is provided. A PHOTO SHOOT is INCLUDED to insure your child has the best head shot for casting submission. Please pack them a healthy snack!
What was the inspiration to start or run this business?
Ange Alex has spent 25 years in the entertainment industry. After working for several popular modeling and acting schools she realized what they were lacking and she decided to make a difference. She partnered with some of Atlanta's best and the Atlanta Life Academy was born
What do you love most about your job?
Inspiring the future artists of the world to dream big and go after it all! We all pride ourselves in giving kids and teens solid solutions for whatever may come there way, on stage, on camera and in the world.
The teachers at Wine and Canvas believe anyone can be artist. In fact, they draw out skills from people who have never even held a paintbrush before. To do this, they guide participants step-by-step through the process of replicating a painting during three-hour classes held at different restaurants and bars throughout the city.
To keep each class fresh, they regularly change up the selected masterpieces, which can be anything from the Eiffel Tower at night to an abstract rendering of trees. No matter what and where they teach, though, they always supply students with all the necessary accoutrements, including paints, canvases, aprons, and pronunciation guides for realistic French-accents. The one thing they don't supply is wine, allowing guests to choose for themselves what to drink at the venues' full bars.
These nights on the town are for adults only, but they do host kid-friendly cookie and canvas nights for children wanting to discover or flex their artistic chops.
The squeal of tires. The cheers of the crowd. The roar of the engines—well, actually, these engines don't really roar, lest they upset the neighbors. With their pint-sized racecar tracks, Hot Rod Entertainment can bring the stock-car experience to almost anyone's backyard. Drivers stand in a semi-circle around the track, controlling their car by remote steering wheel and others' cars by telepathy. The cars are about the size of a 12-pack of soda, and the smallest tracks are about 16 feet in diameter, so races run pretty quickly. That means that as many as 120 people can enter the arena in an hour, making these portable adrenaline-pumpers the perfect activity for a block party or barbecue blowout.
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Capturing True Emotion is driven by a dynamic band of instructors who rove across the continent with cameras and teaching skills in hand. By fusing their narrative, tech-savvy minds together into one oversize head, the educators provide comprehensive guidance on both camera operation and creative visualization, giving participants complete control over all of their camera settings. During the hours spent in the company of other pupating shutterbugs, students convene at a tantalizing location to practice skills such as controlling depth of field by adjusting the aperture, composing a family portrait so there's not always a burning zeppelin in the background, using alternative angles to avoid red eye, and other techniques.